Hi guys, I have an extreme urgent issue where under a heavy load, we are seeing the system hang when entering any command on centos 6.3 and places the system state in a D state. Raid is... [by sohk220]
I am having an issue with one of my servers where it places processes under heavy load onto an uninterruptible D state. I have included the output here. ffff88026ab959b8 000000000000004... [by sohk220]
2 identical machines (DELL Power Edge T320) with a hardware raid.
one machine is running for a while now, one machine hasn't even been set up at all
The running machine has a RAID 0+1. 4 disks (4TB each) in total all together
cloning the running machine with everything on there and everything like it is configured on the second machine.
I have an application on OSX that repeatedly goes into a Not Responding state and has to be force killed. I was hoping to automate it, but when inspecting the process with ps I don't see anything that corresponds with the Not Responding state.
iptables -A INPUT -m state --state ESTABLISHED,RELATED -j ACCEPT This is the rule that does most of the work, and again we are adding
(-A) it to the INPUT chain. Here we're using the -m switch to load a
How are you, good afternoon, I do not speak and I do not write in English, and I'm iniciandome in unix / linux on my own, I am using the google translator, my question is this, know what are the shutdown command to change user State:
# shutdown -y -g0 -i0 (completely off my system)
# shutdown -y -i1 (switch to single-user state)
but when I switch to another state like 2 or 3 or 4 or 5 can not